Rory Cowan shuts down speculation of a return to Mrs Brown’s Boys

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Rory Cowan has addressed speculation about his return to comedy show Mrs Brown’s Boys, after a reboot of the show was announced. Updating fans on his plans, the Dubliner confirmed he will not be reprising his role as Rory Brown, at least for the upcoming tour.

Taking to Twitter, he wrote: “I’m getting a lot of messages asking if I’m going back on tour with Mrs Brown’s Boys this summer. No, I’m not.”

Explaining how he is focusing on his work for RTÉ’s long-running soap Fair City. Explaining: “I live in Carrigstown in Fair City on RTÉ One now. I’ve recently signed a contract that will see me living there until the end of 2023 at least.”

“James Larkin Court, where the Browns live is an old memory. But if you see them on their tour, at their meet and greets after each show, tell them I said hello,” he continued.

The actor also gushed about how much he loves working on Fair City.

Saying: “And I should point out that I love living in Carrigstown and hope to be living there for a long time to come.”

“All my neighbours and friends in Fair City are lovely and I’m very happy living there.”

Rory quit the series abruptly five years ago. He explained that he left the show to spend time with his ill mother, who passed away in 2018, and there was no bad blood between himself and Brendan. Before joining Fair City in 2019.

Last August Fiona O’Carroll confirmed that a new series of Mrs. Browns Boys is on the way.

The long-anticipated new season will land on our screens next year. It has been 10 years since the last episode aired, and the cast are to to dust off their acting skills soon as production begins this October.

Not only will fans of the show be treated to a new mini-series, there will also be two Christmas specials.

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